Milos Karadaglic’s debut CD of Mediterranean repertoire is out this month and includes pieces by two popular composers, Isaac Albéniz and Joaquín Rodrigo.
The 27-year-old Montenegrin blames the pop world for his instrument’s demise. “With the invention of the electric guitar, the instrument stopped being intimate and started to reach out into wider audiences,” he explains. “These technological advances resulted in the core classical guitar repertoire fading away. The guitar’s popularity within pop detracted from its popularity within the classical world.”
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